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  • Rosie O'Donnell drops 50 pounds, posts before-and-after pictures

    Rosie O'Donnell drops 50 pounds, posts before-and-after pictures
    Rosie O'Donnell has lost almost 50 pounds, she announced Thursday on Twitter, posting a before-and-after photo comparison showing how much progress she's made since last year's gastric-sleeve surgery. 
  • 'The Voice' recap: Teams Shakira and Adam wow in playoffs

    'The Voice' recap: Teams Shakira and Adam wow in playoffs
    Teams Shakira and Adam stepped up and sang songs of their own choosing during Season 6's second night of playoffs on Monday. And they did it surprisingly well, leaving their coaches, who each had to pick only three singers to take through to the live...

    UCLA's Sam Handler attends spring training with less hair

    UCLA's Sam Handler attends spring training with less hair
    Most UCLA football fans would say, "Who?" when asked to point out Sam Handler. That doesn't mean they haven't noticed him. Handler, the walk-on receiver who had Fabio-like hair, was easy to spot. Those locks earned him the nickname "Sunshine." He...

    In Hawaii, a healthcare system apart

    In Hawaii, a healthcare system apart
    HONOLULU — When the giant kapok and nawa trees that tower over the Queen's Medical Center in downtown Honolulu were planted more than a century ago, Hawaii faced a health crisis. Many on the islands, including the queen who founded the hospital in...

    Mammograms save lives, but they're also overrated, new study says

    Mammograms save lives, but they're also overrated, new study says
    The idea that American women would benefit by having fewer mammograms — and having them less frequently — remains controversial. A new study tries to help women and their doctors understand why less can be more when it comes to breast cancer...